An Exploration of World History, from Prehistory through the 1500s
Now fully revised with a completely redesigned, user-friendly interface, Ancient and Medieval History Online provides thorough coverage of nine civilizations—ancient Egypt, the ancient Near East, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, ancient and medieval Africa, medieval Europe, the Americas, ancient and medieval Asia, and the Islamic World—from prehistory through the 1500s. Each civilization's key people, events, and topics are brought to life through tablet/mobile-friendly videos and slideshows, primary sources, timelines, maps and graphs, and more. A powerful new feature is full cross-searchability across all the Infobase history databases in your collection for an even more comprehensive view of history.
- Comprehensive Coverage: images and tablet/mobile-friendly videos, slideshows, timelines, biographies of key people, event and topic entries, and maps and graphs
- Easy Access to Content: at-a-glance, editorially curated overview of core content on the home page, with handy access to important areas at the top of every page
- Focused Topic Centers: specially selected entries, resources, videos, and slideshow overviews that provide a study guide for a particular civilization
- Primary Sources: thousands of original documents
- Featured Videos and Slideshows: videos and SMART Board-friendly slideshows that provide a fascinating visual look into topics
- Authoritative Source List: full and partial text from a wealth of proprietary print titles
- History Cross-Search: full cross-searchability allowing users to tailor searches across any combination of the Infobase history databases to which your institution subscribes.
- Universal Folder for all saved items across any Infobase history databases in your collection
- Correlated to Common Core, national, state, provincial, and International Baccalaureate Organization standards
- Convenient A-to-Z topic lists
- Tag "clouds" for all content, linking to related material
- A detailed general timeline, plus civilization-specific timelines
- Maps and graphs with descriptions
- Real-time, searchable Reuters® newsfeed
- Enhanced Save-to-Folder functionality
- Dynamic citations in MLA and Chicago styles
- Read Aloud feature
- Ability for users to set preferences for default language, citation format, number of search results, and correlation/standard
- Persistent record links
- Searchable Support Center with help articles, video tutorials, and live help chat.